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Alternative noninvasive cancer treatment with no pain and little discomfort

Did I tell you about how I almost forfeited my trip to Germany to receive treatment for my BPH (benign prostate hypertrophy) because some “alternative” Germans were insisting on an androgen blockade?

It seemed they thought that if one had BPH, there was prostate cancer and it would need a standard treatment.

I did, at the 11th hour, get them to call off androgen blockade before I left the United States for Germany. And the radio wave procedure I had was very successful, giving me relief to this day.

I arrived at St. George Clinic and Hospital in Bad Aibling, Germany, in early August and stayed for 10 days.

I did only one treatment as recommended for my BPH.

My intention was to reduce blockage and destroy any possible cancer naturally. The procedure lasted three hours with very little discomfort, and I had an almost immediate improvement with full benefit within six weeks.

This is the exact same procedure they use for localized prostate cancer.

Just think: no cut, burn or poison as with prostate therapy in the U.S., and no incontinence or impotency.

I would classify St. George’s Biomedical Center for Men’s Health as being outside of the pharmaceutical cancer industry. I consider its goal to be healing cancer patients, and it is part of the Cancer Cure Foundation (www.cancure.org).

“Cancer therapy” in the U.S. is an industry in pursuit of commerce. Most patients die within about a year after going through the U.S. oncology torture chamber.

St. George’s treatment has a marked effect on quick pain reduction. Patients on high doses of morphine no longer need pain medications. St. George is a complementary treatment facility because it uses alternative medicine, including nutrition coupled in some cases with conventional medicine.

Its noninvasive, complementary practice uses hyperthermia, electrotherapy and some forms of low-dose chemotherapy on some patients, and natural nutrients on an ongoing basis for maintenance.

Hyperthermia is the treatment of cancer with heat. At St. George, they use both whole-body heat in the case of metastasized cancer and local hyperthermia directed straight to the tissue or organ affected by the tumor or cancer.

These treatments are noninvasive, and there is no pain and very little discomfort with the procedures.

How does it work? Simply explained, heat kills cancer cells and does not affect healthy cells. This treatment is highly successful. St. George is an approved hospital and some insurance companies in the U.S. will reimburse, I am told. But I wouldn’t count on it because this therapy is not approved by the FDA in the U.S. I am so glad because if it were approved by the FDA, I would not give it any credibility.

I was also instructed to keep up my levels of testosterone by taking male-appropriate doses of a natural substance most people think of as reserved for women: progesterone.

The truth about hormones and the prostate

Enlarged men’s breasts with aging is a signal of estrogen dominance and not only low testosterone but low progesterone. All studies show that estrogen rises in men and women with age. This must be balanced with progesterone and testosterone, along with diet, for both sexes and specific prostate nutrients for men. Yes, testosterone for women is important, too, but women need only 1/10 as much as men.

Conventional medicine in the United States has nothing good to offer you if something goes wrong with your prostate. Increasing longevity has caused the evolvement of prostate enlargement (BPH) and prostate cancer, and along with them, the evolvement of a male cancer industry.

The first thing they want you to do is get “screened.” This friendly sounding procedure is the perfect way to get you to “see your doctor,” where you are told about drugs and surgery. Yet according to new research from the British Medical Journal, cancer screening has never been proven to save even one life.

Screening leads exclusively to the only therapies they offer: radiation, chemotherapy and surgery, their same “approved” solution to all other cancers.

Unfortunately, these lead to impotence and incontinence (constant leaking) in many, many cases, and even loss of length. Almost no one is told that these are probable results, according to a new study published in the BJUI, which is the official journal of the British Association of Urological Surgeons. More than half of the patients were completely unaware and surprised at the lasting sexual side effects.

Conventional medicine has a basic procedure in prostate cancer that defies logic, common sense and biochemistry. It’s called an androgen blockade. That means killing off or blocking testosterone production. The problem is this is essentially ineffective against prostate cancer.

“Conventional medicine ignores the fact that at the age of highest testosterone levels (age 18 to 50) prostate cancer rarely, if ever, occurs. Prostate cancer occurs because testosterone and progesterone levels fall with age as estradiol (estrogen) levels rise, leading to estrogen dominance in older men. The same mechanism that causes breast and endometrial cancer in women, causes prostate cancer in men.” From Hormone Balance For Men by John R. Lee, M.D., a Harvard-trained physician and leading medical authority on natural progesterone.

Testosterone is “the substance of life” and does not cause prostate cancer; it prevents it with aging. A rise in estrogen levels with aging causes prostate swelling, the proliferation of prostate cells, BPH and cancer. Estrogen begins to dominate, and testosterone depletes with age.

This is the key to understanding BPH and prostate cancer as a hormone imbalance.

Estradiol stimulates the BCL2 gene. This gene’s responsibility is to stop cell death. Seems like a good thing, until you consider that when cell death in the prostate is blocked, cells continue to grow out of control. This enlarges the prostate and contributes to the development of prostate cancer.

You can offset this risk with a solution that is something else that men are not told about: progesterone. Progesterone not only stimulates the action of the cancer preventive gene p53, but also helps maintain testosterone, which is a direct antagonist to estrogen and its effects on your prostate.

The prostate gland is the first victim of hormone imbalance and nutritional deficiency, but the same hormone imbalance that causes prostate cancer also causes breast cancer.

Can we overcome the threat of cancer naturally?

The decline of testosterone and progesterone with age brings on heart disease, higher LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, lower HDL cholesterol, high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms and angina, insulin resistance, muscle and bone weakness, depression, loss of mental acuity, abdominal weight gain and, of course, prostate disease.

The protocol for hormone balance calls only for physiological doses of testosterone and progesterone. No synthetic hormones at all are recommended and no drugs. The nutritional protocol for cancer is also all-natural.

You should regularly use a men’s progesterone cream if you are over 40, and it will even benefit you if you are over 30. Look for a formula that contains prostate-healthy extracts like saw palmetto oil and pumpkin seed oil.

There should be at least .7 percent natural progesterone USP, which means each 1/4 teaspoon of the cream should have about 8.25 milligrams of progesterone—about half the dosage recommended for women.

You must also remember that progesterone is a hormone and that hormones are very powerful actors inside our bodies, so it needs to be used very cautiously. Monitor your progesterone levels with a simple saliva test each year. Your saliva value should be below 300. If it is above that, you must wait for it to come back down again, as progesterone is stored in fat and can take a while to be released.

This level of progesterone will offset estradiol and increase the effectiveness of testosterone, which makes men different from women and little boys. And it is the decline of testosterone with age that turns strong, vital, healthy, alert men into fragile, chronically ill, mentally dull old codgers who haven’t had an erection in decades and couldn’t care less.

“Orthodox” treatments for your prostate are far worse than any prostate disease. Like lemmings to the sea, men by the millions line up for prostate specific antigen (PSA) tests and biopsies because this is what doctors tell them to do.

The purpose of PSA tests and biopsies is to channel you into surgery and drugs. When the doctor says “we need to test,” he is selling you to support the medical system.

If you want to stay healthy and cancer-free, you need a dose of healthy skepticism about prostate cancer and the mainstream’s androgen blockades, drugs and surgery. In fact, not only should you ask questions; but if you want answers as to what your alternatives are, you should click here to get a copy of my book, The Forbidden Truth About Cancer.

The print copies sold out after my end-of-the-year book blowout. But I have set up a special page so that you can order and download it immediately. When you do, turn directly to page 12 and you’ll get the whole truth about your prostate, how to avoid cancer—or worse than cancer, “orthodox” cancer treatment!—and what to do to become healthier instead of a victim of the mainstream’s downward treatment spiral. Click here now for the truth about cancer!

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Obamacare enters final stages of collapse

Obamacare has cost the nation billions of dollars and continues to be the source of administrative headaches for government. And according to polling, very few Americans believe the president’s healthcare overhaul has been at all helpful to their situations.

According to polling data out from National Public Radio and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, most Americans—56 percent— report that they haven’t really noticed anything different about their insurance situations since the passage of Obamacare.

Among those who have been affected by the law, far more say it has hurt than do report being helped by the law.

Twenty-six percent of people polled said they feel as though they’ve been personally harmed by the healthcare law.

Only 15 percent of respondents said Obamacare has helped them.

This is bad news for the president’s healthcare overhaul, especially as officials report that eight of the remaining 11 state Obamacare co-ops are at serious risk of collapse in the year ahead.

To date, 12 co-ops have already been shuttered due to mismanagement and poor participation.

During a recent appearance before House Oversight and Government Reform lawmakers, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services chief of staff Mandy Cohen said the remaining co-ops are “being monitored closely.”

When pressed, Cohen was short on details about the remaining co-ops.

Some lawmakers were understandably incredulous following her report.

“Half of them are collapsed—closed—your term, costing the taxpayer over a billion dollars, of the [11] that are left you can’t tell me which ones you’ve visited or haven’t visited, what the enrollment projections are, and if they are meeting their enrollment projections—whether they are profitable or not,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said. “That’s the kind of stuff we wanted to know in this hearing.”

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Kill cash? Only if you want to kill freedom, says law professor

Glenn Reynolds, a law professor and regular contributor to Instapundit, says calls to begin weakening the power of cash by doing away with large bills means killing the currency of freedom.

We told you about the recent interest in eliminating large forms of currency here a couple weeks ago.

Here’s a little refresher:

Larry Summers, an ex-treasury secretary who served as an economic advisor to the Obama administration, argues in a recent Washington Post blog that large bills such as the U.S.’s $100 and the European Union’s 500-euro bills aid in corruption and criminal activity throughout the world.

His rather simplistic basis for the argument: Large sums of money consisting of big bills weigh less than if they were made up of smaller currency denominations.

To make it harder for criminals to move money unnoticed, Summers is calling for “a global agreement to stop issuing notes worth more than say $50 or $100.”

In a recent USA Today rebuttal to Summers’ idea, Reynolds reiterates why this would be a very, very bad plan.

He writes:

The Federal Reserve and various other financial regulatory bodies were sold politically in no small part as protections against inflation. But inflation has run rampant. According to the inflation calculator, today’s $100 bill is worth only as much as $4.18 in 1913, the year the Federal Reserve was established. When you realize that inflation helps debtors and that governments are the world’s biggest debtors, this makes a certain amount of sense — for them.

But at a time when, almost no matter where you look in the world, the parts of it controlled by the experts and technocrats (like Larry Summers) seem to be doing badly, it seems reasonable to ask: Why give them still more control over the economy? What reason is there to think that they’ll use that control fairly, or even competently? Their track record isn’t very impressive.

Cash has a lot of virtues. One of them is that it allows people to engage in voluntary transactions without the knowledge or permission of anyone else. Governments call this suspicious, but the rest of us call it something else: Freedom.

In other words, cash is an important tool if you value the modicum of financial freedom you have left in a world where wealth is increasingly thought of as easy to track numbers on a screen.
if you want to know more, Bob Livingston recently wrote an extremely informative article about the powerful voices behind efforts to take away cash as an option for average Americans: Why there’s a war on cash; it’s about central banks consolidating power

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Reporter grabs Secret Service agent’s throat at Trump rally

(BREITBART) — According to The Independent Journal’s congressional reporter Joe Perticone, the man holding the camera in the video below is a journalist. Perticone writes, “Secret Service agent choke slams reporter. ” The video doesn’t show that, but it does show this reporter kicking the agent from an apparent defensive position.

Nevertheless, once whatever happened between the two men is over, and both are standing, watch the reporter suddenly reach out and grab the Secret Service agent’s throat.

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Student loans comprise 37% of U.S. assets

The more college students take out loans, the more the federal government benefits. (Credit: StudenLoans.gov)

The more college students take out loans, the more the federal government benefits. (Credit: StudentLoans.gov)

The U.S. Treasury Department’s recently released report on government assets and liabilities shows the feds winning big when college-age students take out school loans.

In fact, the federal government’s biggest draw for its asset bucket is student loans. Fully 37 percent of the U.S. government’s $3.2 trillion in assets comes from its issuance of student loans. In dollars and cents, that mean $1.2 trillion of federal assets hails from the college-age crowd and the school loans they, or their parents, take on, Breitbart reported.

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In just one year’s period, between 2014 and 2015, the federal government’s student loan assets rose by 10 percent, to nearly $1.1 trillion. And the government’s earnings on those loans was $1 billion last year alone.

The federal government, as part of the Obamacare package that passed Congress, took over student loans from the private sector in 2010.

“The Democratic majority decided, well look, while we’re at it, let’s have another Washington takeover,” said Sen. Lamar Alexander, during those congressional discussions of Obamacare, Breitbart reported. “Let’s take over the federal student loan program.”

Now, private banks are only involved in the management of service of loans; the loans originate with the government. And that makes the politicization of student debt, and the promise of free college that’s coming from Democratic camps, a curious message.

Wonder why Barack Obama does what he does? Andrew G. Hodges, a psychiatrist who specializes in forensic profiling, may have the answer, in “The Obama Confession: Secret Fear. Secret Fury.”

As Breitbart’s Mike Flynn wrote: “Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders employ rhetoric on the issue of college loans as if there is some mysterious and pernicious third party taking advantage of students struggling to pay for college. This is balderdash. … The most direct way the federal government could affect college affordability is to tell universities and colleges that it won’t issue loans aboave a certain amount of tuition. This would obviously horrify a major block of Democrat voters, but it would do far more to broaden accessibility to college.”

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Justice Thomas breaks 10-year silence to quiz attorney

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Justice Clarence Thomas, the Supreme Court’s notoriously quiet member, asked his first question in a decade during oral arguments on Monday for a case dealing with gun rights – a case that’s also historical in that it’s the first high-court hearing to go forth after the sudden death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

His questions rocked social media.

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As Kimberly Robinson, a Supreme Court reporter for Bloomberg wrote on Twitter: “Thomas asked several questions today at #SCOTUS in gun rights case.”

The justice broke his long-running self-imposed silence during the oral argument phase of Supreme Court cases just as the trial at hand was due to end early. One of the attorneys said, “If there are no more questions,” and made preparations to wrap, and that’s when Thomas spoke, the news outlet said.

The case dealt with a ban on gun ownership for those convicted of domestic violence.

“Thomas asked if any other constitutional right could be suspended based on a misdemeanor,” Robinson tweeted in a followup message.

She tweeted again: “I lost count after 7 questions. These are Thomas’ first questions during oral argument in more than 10 years.”

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And curiously enough, Robinson also tweeted this reaction from Thomas’s colleagues: “None of the other justices seemed surprised.”

The hearing is the first the court’s held since Scalia was found dead during a visit to a Texas ranch resort. As Business Insider reported, “that day also marked 10 years since Thomas had asked a question from the bench.”

Thomas, in a decade, has actually only spoken once from the bench in that 10-year period, and it was to make a joke about Yale in 2013, Business Insider reported.

Why so silent?

Thomas said during a speech in 2012 he didn’t see where questions from the bench “advances anything,” the news outlet said.

“Maybe it’s the Southerner in me,” he went on then. “Maybe it’s the introvert in me. I don’t know. I think that when somebody’s talking, somebody ought to listen.”

Thomas has also said in the past he would do away with the oral argument part of the Supreme Court if he could.

His silence stood in direct contrast to Scalia’s more lively and energetic approach to his position.

Carter Phillips, an attorney who’s argued frequently before the Supreme Court, said of Scalia in an email to Business Insider shortly after the justice’s body was discovered: “Oral argument … changed completely after [Scalia] went on the bench. … Prior to him, the normal argument might generate 10-to-15 questions in 30 minutes. Sometimes even fewer. [Scalia] would ask 10-15 questions by himself.”

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Justice Thomas breaks 10-year silence

(CNN)For the first time in a decade, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spoke during oral arguments.

Just last week, CNN wrote about the ten-years since Thomas’s last question at oral arguments. That anniversary, February 22, came on the same day the Supreme Court first heard oral arguments after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, who was Thomas’s ideological soul mate and who had defended his lack of questions over the years.

“No one was more ideologically aligned with Justice Scalia than Justice Thomas, who has historically been reluctant to ask questions at oral argument because he believes his colleagues already do more than enough talking,” said CNN contributor Stephen I. Vladeck. “That he’s now asking questions–for the first time in over a decade–is as powerful evidence of the impact of Justice Scalia’s absence as anything we’ve seen from the Justices thus far,” he said.

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